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Fee Compression Slowing, Fee Structures Changing
Multnomah Group Link to more items from this source
Dec. 5, 2014
"[F]ees for recordkeeping and administration services continue to be overwhelmingly oriented to asset levels. Either plan sponsors have negotiated with their providers a 'revenue requirement' calculated as a percentage of assets, or vendors' revenues are determined based on revenue sharing paid by the investments available in the plan. The challenge with both models of asset-based pricing is that investment options often provide disparate levels of revenue sharing.... As a result, participant-specific recordkeeping costs differ dramatically based on asset allocation. An increasing number of plan sponsors and providers have developed solutions to 'equalize' revenue sharing amounts."

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